Mortgage Servicing Fraud
occurs post loan origination when mortgage servicers use false statements and book-keeping entries, fabricated assignments, forged signatures and utter counterfeit intangible Notes to take a homeowner's property and equity.
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William A. Roper, Jr.
If you are in doubt about whether Frddie Mac owns your mortgage, it might be useful to use the link shown below to make an inquiry:

https://ww3.freddiemac.com/corporate/avoiding_foreclosure_form.html



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I used the same link you posted and got back the following response the very next morning:
"PLEASE NOTE: NO Responses will be made if you reply to this e-mail.
Thank you for contacting Freddie Mac.  Our records show that Freddie Mac is the owner of your mortgage.  If you are currently behind in your monthly mortgage payments or are already in the foreclosure process, help is available.  Through the federal Making Home Affordable program, you may be able to take advantage of new refinance or mortgage modification options that may reduce your monthly payment and may help you save your home.  Freddie Mac is working with our mortgage servicers to implement these programs.

Because Freddie Mac does not directly originate mortgages for consumers, you will need to contact your mortgage servicer, the organization to whom you make your monthly mortgage payments, to determine the best solution based on your individual circumstances.

Freddie Mac
Customer Service

The information transmitted in this Email is for the exclusive use of the person or entity to which it is addressed and may contain confidential information.  If you are not the intended recipient of this Email, you are prohibited from reading, printing, duplicating, disseminating or otherwise using this information. If you have received this information in error, please notify the sender at Freddie Mac immediately, delete this information from your computer, and destroy all copies of the information."
This was kind of interesting since the plaintiff, a different entity, has alleged in its pleadings and furnished a sworn affidavit to the court claiming that it is the owner!

You might want to add the responsive e-mail message to your files.
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This is not legal advice, and i am not an attorney, just another Pro-se foreclosure defendant.  I suggest calling FMAC at 1-800-373-3343 and record your call in writing.  I am not sure if it is legal to record a conversation without consent, so have the call on speaker-phone and get someone else to dictate the answers down too.  Make a written transcript of the complete conversation and use is as an affidavit, notarized and properly filed in court.

Tell the person you are calling to find out if FMAC owns your mortgage. The first thing they will ask is are u in BRuptcy. Then give them your name and address.  They will confirm that FMAC is the investor in your mortgage. Ask them does that mean that FMAC owns the mortgage outright? Ask does that mean that FMAC owns the note and mortgage documents? Ask them if they would confirm this with a letter - and if not Ask them why not? (they won't as they weren't required to do this until 2009, but they will say you can get this information from their website).  Ask them who is the servicer? (they should tell you this).  If they won't, tell you then tell them that bank xyz is foreclosing on you and you want to know if they or FMAC owns the note? (they'll tell you FMAC owns the mortgage and the bank is just the servicer).  Tell them that the bank is disputing that FMAC owns the note and the bank says they own the note and mortgage and have the right to foreclose - is that true? (they'll tell you FMAC owns the note but they use the servicer to do the foreclosures).  Ask them who gets the house if foreclosure is successful? (they'll say the property will come back to FMAC). Ask them when did FMAC take ownership of the mortgage? (they won't tell you as the homeowner prior to 2009 - note this down).  Ask them if there were any recorded assignments of the mortgage from bank xyz to FMAC and how can u get this information? (they'l say this is not available to the homeowner, but of course there is an agreement between bank xyz and FMAC to purchase the mortgage). 

Be very specific in your questioning.  Give them plenty time to answer and talk too.  If the answer is not clear, ask it again.

USed as an affidavit this transcript should be helpfull in establishing the fraudulent foreclosures by bank xyz.
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